Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

Past Event

Children's Theatre

Spring-a-Ding-DING!

Brianna, a charming and curious girl, hops into an
‘adventure-through-the-seasons’ in Spring-A-Ding-DING! A colorful cast
of characters create the vivid enchantment of springtime. Jump-roping
frogs, twirling flowers, dancing birds, glittering rain showers and even
a contortionist earthworm bring the budding season to life! Portrayed
through dazzling circus, dance, and can’t-believe-your-eyes specialty
acts, audiences of all ages will delight as the glory of the new season
unfolds. Imagine Brianna’s surprise as she meets comical creatures and
even befriends a skunk! Our young heroine has lessons to learn and teach
the woodland creatures as she eagerly searches for the butterfly that
will usher in the next season, summer. This delightful new show thrills
young and old while warming hearts in the way only Cirque-tacular can!

Based
in New York City, with artists nationwide, Cirque-tacular Entertainment
is considered one of the premiere acrobatic production companies in the
United States

The Children’s Theatre Series is sponsored by the Monmouth University Alumni Association.

Box Office: 732.263.6889

May05, 2018

11:00 AM

$12 (child); $15 (adult) | Grades PreK - 3

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